Preprints are all around us – but are they relevant and useful or too risky for industry-sponsored research? Two sessions at the 14th Annual Meeting of ISMPP held in Washington this month kicked off the first major public discussions on preprints in our medical communications community.
Featuring a space-age solution to data sharing in drug development, the digital maze for accessing papers online, and a spotlight on patient-oriented research.
Featuring the latest domino to fall in the row over open access publishing for universities, concerns about higher Article Processing Charges (APCs) for high-impact journals, and why medical publication professionals should engage with Open Science.
Featuring the ‘Where’s Waldo’ approach to open access, the article with 3 million citations, and the project aiming to make data set identifiers universal.
Exploring the disappearance of research in discontinued online journals, the reuse (or lack thereof) of clinical trial data, and the revolt against Nature’s new machine learning journal. When research disappears via Wired This article follows the story of the ill-fated Online Journal of Current Clinical Trials, which was founded in 1992, as one of the … Continue reading Weekly digest: what’s happening in open science?